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Looking for info about CBD oil.

 

Anyone giving it to their dogs?

 

What brand, description, how is it administered, and your source?

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We know several people who are using the oil from Urbal Activ for thunder phobic dogs as well as mobility issues.

https://urbalactiv.com/products/pets.html

 

Edited - took several tries to get the URL to work.

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I use ^ CBD oil for Conner’s fireworks/thunder phobia. I put a few drops on a treat, I usually give 9-12 drops. I tried giving it to him daily for pain, but it seemed to give him some soft poop, so I stopped the daily dose.

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I use ^ CBD oil for Conner’s fireworks/thunder phobia. I put a few drops on a treat, I usually give 9-12 drops. I tried giving it to him daily for pain, but it seemed to give him some soft poop, so I stopped the daily dose.

What brand, description, and your source?

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Hope it's okay to add in use on another sighthound -- the reason we adopted our greyhound Molly is because our borzoi Gus was very fearful for many years. We've been using NuLeaf for Gus for about 8 months. He's now at 5 drops, twice a day, of the 1450mg. Purchased directly from NuLeaf. Prior to NuLeaf, we used CannaPet capsules, but NuLeaf is easier to use. He responded to both products, and is much calmer. Still silly, but calmer. We didn't see an obvious effect with greyhound Molly. There are some helpful sites on Facebook for CBD too.

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When we were camping in Baja, my friends pitbull ripped off a dew claw over new years in the middle of nowhere. She was so stressed out she wouldn't let anyone near her. After 20 drops of CBD oil she calmed down enough to be held down and bandaged, then slept the rest of the night without ripping off her vet tape/sock layer bandage. I was skeptical at but it made a HUGE difference. I have other friends who use it for dogs with chronic anxiety problems and it's finally allowed them to overcome very mundane fears (leaves, closing doors etc).

 

The brand I have at my local pet store here in Colorado is Super Snouts they have drops or treats

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What brand, description, and your source?

What Don listed in his post, Urban Activ PetSerinity Tincture 360 mg

 

I first tried Treatibles, but I dont think they have a high enough dose for a large dog.

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What is your goal for using it? I tried many different kinds for Bowie's cancer.

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Basically to be used for reduction in inflammation that comes with aging.

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You might want to try Lazarus Naturals, they have a really good high potency CBD tincture, no THC. They seen to be a really good company, and they give big discounts to veterans and low income people.

 

Another good one that has a high potency tincture, but not as high as Lazarus, is Innovet. They also have sales and decent discounts.

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HAHAHA!!! OMG I have to laugh about this because I bought some yesterday for my teenager (non-grey) for her arthritis and her travel anxiety. I didn't do research ahead of time as far as pricing but was pointed to our local Doggy Daycare that sells it. I went in and talked to the guy and decided what would be easiest for me to administer... 1 OZ FOR $99 which is a one months worth of doses :blink: Let me tell you - there's a sucker born every minute and I am apparently one of them - SHEESH.

 

Anyway - what's done is done and if it works well I'll be comparing the brands in this thread.


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HAHAHA!!! OMG I have to laugh about this because I bought some yesterday for my teenager (non-grey) for her arthritis and her travel anxiety. I didn't do research ahead of time as far as pricing but was pointed to our local Doggy Daycare that sells it. I went in and talked to the guy and decided what would be easiest for me to administer... 1 OZ FOR $99 which is a one months worth of doses :blink: Let me tell you - there's a sucker born every minute and I am apparently one of them - SHEESH.

 

Anyway - what's done is done and if it works well I'll be comparing the brands in this thread.

I read it quickly and when I saw teenager, I thought you were talking about one of your kids, LOL.

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HAHAHA!!! OMG I have to laugh about this because I bought some yesterday for my teenager (non-grey) for her arthritis and her travel anxiety. I didn't do research ahead of time as far as pricing but was pointed to our local Doggy Daycare that sells it. I went in and talked to the guy and decided what would be easiest for me to administer... 1 OZ FOR $99 which is a one months worth of doses :blink: Let me tell you - there's a sucker born every minute and I am apparently one of them - SHEESH.

 

Anyway - what's done is done and if it works well I'll be comparing the brands in this thread.

Yes, if it helps, definitely do research! It’s not cheap, but the prices are all over the place, you can do better than that :)

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